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Lebanon Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1863, Lebanon, Pennsylvania to Bah democratic prifciple8 ctr a to Lead we oea8e _ 0 Avit. A Kneblik editor and proprietor. La bad to a a wednesday july 29,&Quot j 8 63. The pee Ervy Tion of the Constitution. Restoration of Tho Union. And the supremacy of the Daws. Democratic state ticket Bok governor Geo. W. Woodward. Of Luzerne. For judge of tiie supreme court Walter h. Lowrie of Allegheny election on tuesday Oether 13th, 1863 judge Pearson a charge a do not misunderstand me on this subject men have the most unlimited right .,?h Iez a us and if Yon please rail at Tho a try a to a a a a As tsp it a it my Quot la i a Idest to the manner m a hich it conducts Public affairs hut not to decry the government under which a Iivo. express Hope wishes for a dissolution of the Union the destruction defeat our armies the Success of the rebels of the rebellion. The administration no May entirely condemn the government he is hound to support parties will Alejas exist in every wee country and whether men will sustain oppose a particular administration is one in which there should Over he the most perfect Freedom of opinion but no Manor set of men has any right natural political the overturn the government itself. Lie is hound to support and sustain it let who will admin Iti its in Lar can be changed under the pro-j2�ons, 0 a die Constitution. There certain in can be no difficulty with persons of Ordinary intelligence drawing the distinction Between sustaining the govern went itself and sustaining opposing those who temporarily administer it Ite affairs. The a latter is a question of party Tho former o f patriotism. A aug those whole a atm a the a Oase in judge Pontius pilates court a on the outside of to Days and vein Tieb has its applicability in the y car of our lord 1863. Also read is address on the same Page. We also beg to Call the attention of our readers to the article in another column headed a the administration the rebellion and the these articles All furnish food tor reflection and can Only confirm the democracy to do All in their Power to oust from the government those who Are now so recklessly and shamefully abusing the Trust confided to them. 3�. It was made apparent to the most obtuse by the refusal of old. Abe to admit Louisiana Back into the Union under her old Constitution As applied for by the committee of planters a week ago that the president his Cabinet and party Are Dis unionists. It can be proven upon them,1,which is,.More than they have Jet been Able to do upon any one of the thousands of democrats they have Inaree Ratel a in prisons on charges of disunion ism. Old Abe ought to commit himself and the whole a a government at Pace to Ecrert Lafayette transport itself beyond the lines to the South. To your posts democrats. Thu Only Hope tor the country is m the i Cenou Oty and Lorii the fall its it m ill j Ive the Way lot it Chuchee of the Vernoi cratic candidate for pie Quot Dent the Yeai Lul Lomg and thereby dethrone the ruling the , its a a Wijn. democrats should go to exertions to achieve a Victory this fall. Let every Democrat constitute himself a committee to do All that sin his Power it is but a Little More than two Mouths until the election the principal work of the Farmers is Over successfully and bounteous by and now let him devote All his spare time and attention to Bis country to him Tel t and ins children a Liberty and welfare there never was a time when so much depended. Upon a the exertions of every individual Democrat. The Mere election of Woodward is not sufficient lie must have a majority of tens of thousands a majority that will Appal and make pause in their mad career the traitors and Dis unionists at Washington As Well As in the South. Time spent in the next two months for the democracy in urging and advocating its cause will be time Well spent maj be Voith More than y ears hereafter and no Man should find excuses for shirking duty when duty Points the Way if anything is to be done do it. Do not wait for others to do it if you can pc form the duty y out self. Just duct the people whenever and wherever you have the Chance see to. Your organizations hold meetings Delict adj fsr is form clubs advocate your party and its principles in the High ways and in the by ways Aye even the anti Chambers of the White House itself i you have the Opportunity. The Constitution guarantees you the Freedom of speech hence do not allow your tongues to be tied up at the holiest of any Man set of men. Be True to your country and yourselves and the Only Way now left to guard both is by unflinching Devotion to the democratic parti whose principles Are now the Only True exponents of National Aud personal Liberty evil Day s Are upon us and every Man must a put shoulder to the wheel to throw them off a if you Quot Voik with a will your exertions Viil be Crow Ned with glorious is c Cess next october. A an intoxicated negro Soldier paraded the streets of a Baltimore on. Thursday with Side arms and a loaded revolver and without provocation shot and mortally wounded a boy and subsequently wounded a United states the abolition papers notice the affair and style it a a slight Drunken Nigger soldiers going about the streets killing people is now in abolition times a a slight disturbance great is the Nigger a to. It is believed by Many that the conscription business will be Given up the men never called for and that Liberal bounties will be substituted therefor. Still if the authorities persist in enforcing the draft we counsel All to offer no resistance other than to bring the matter before the courts and let it there be fairly tested. Meet the conscription in the courts and the authors of it at the Itiat is the right Way to meet both and if they deny you the privilege of either,-well�?1 it 8� when the a government a transports itself beyond the lines Down South for Dis unionism it a hould escape to Congo be a. Candidate for re election and await the result. It might there see and study practically its Ideal of government. And in Case of Success would have the advantage of experience a Quality it lacked most woefully its first term. A it is understood that the constitutionality of the conscription Taw is to to tested in Pennsylvania before the supreme court of the state unless the Provost marshals should to the writs of injunction under the directions of the Dis uni odits at Washington go Mexico has been declared an Umpire a by Tho emperor Napoleon and Maximilian of Austria in to be no aced. O�1 the new a military the abolitionists arc opposed to the conscription Law being taken into the courts and its constitutionality tested. One of their papers says that a Quot a no Law at a time like this ought id permit such a question to be raised. No Loyal and Law main ing judge ear. Sanction it a. The old plea of a military it was under the plea of a military necessity that thousands of free americans have been arrested and confined in the forts of the country without trial Law and it is the plea of a of military necessity that now proposes to prevent the testing of the constitutionality of obnoxious Laws and if the traitors dare do it it will he under the same plea of a military necessity that they will interfere with the ballot boxes next october and prevent q fair expression of Public opinion. They have a done it in a dumber of instances in other states already and Tley will do it Here if Batis necessary to further their schemes of erecting amp military despotism on tie ruins of our once Happy and free America. A abolition candidate in a governor. A Korney is out against the re nomination of Curtin As the abolition candidate for governor by the Pittsburg convention to meet on the 5th of August. He says that in Ohio and Missouri the abolitionists have nominated a Loyal Deino cats a As their candidates for governor and thinks that the abolitionists in Pennsy in Nia might profit by the example cd do if the right kind of material is scarce John w. Forney that a Loyal democrats might himself even be induced to a allow the use of his on of the reasons Given by Forney against the re nomination of Curtin is that a lie cannot be no nor anybody else Nyra Inaten by the Pittsburg abolitionists. The people have taken charge of Woodward and intend to elect him they think and that very correctly that with him at the head of our state affairs some changes for the better Ionthe in hippy condition of our country Nap y. Be effected. They see and. Be tiie miserable Rue of old abet Al of a a si1 a. 1 Curtin and the abolitionists and i want that a a change Back again a a 4v v. 1 which they so Foo Smy bartered�?T1 Way in logo. They Aho a think Bat i it Seymour in new a Yor Paiker m new Jersey Woodward i Pennsylvania and Vallandigham m Ohio backed by the democratic masses there May be some antidote to the evil and Rule of the abolitionists at . We warn the people to be guarded against being hoodwinked by the a a no party movements of the abolitionists. Tlly will either renominated Curtin at Pittsburg give nomination to some half Bale de demo Chat and then attempt to again deceive the people by their a no party a and a a Union cries and pretensions. Every movement they make is for party and Dis Union and the people should not allow themselves to be deceived. A All Laws calculated to substitute paper West Chester county n. A on the conscription Tho Cit Zeua of West Chester co., now York Field a meeting on monday to consider to lib subject of the draft Hon. John a. Haskon of Ante be comptois celebrity presided. A letter from the Provost marshal of that District was Road in which Tiia t officer said he had suspended All business arid removed his papa is outside the District. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted resolved. That while we a ledge 0 elves to the strictest shed Renee to nil Law Fco it Loman and Ovioe and wifi in no Wise directly indirectly Eoute Nhue the violation of either Law morals. A. Resolved that do in Jin. A Ball he permitted to leave the county of West Chester for the seat of War Unitas bed bal go voluntarily cheerfully Aud with a heart for the Wolf re Wladi Bat the county of West Chester by a resort to her pee Ungury resources has Ubon Dot Power and ability to achieve this end and that it i both Jupt tue and pm Itri it it Tsiu to de so the above deserves More than usual attention. Hon j b Haskin Hon. Win. Radford m c elect state prison inspector tap pan elected on the Republican ticket Isaac t Williams a it a to dote did Horne to Soelv in the set by might against him by do Witt c. Littlejohn and of whose Legal ability the Tribune at that time was full of Praise Quot we. Cauldwell p. C. Taiman and others were the class of men who Counte i Ince Tho movement by their presence. All opposed conscription. , participated in by such men is Lull enough evidence that Jfhn people Aye As Meh opposed to the digit As Ever notwithstanding i Dicinti assertions to the contrary the adm1n18trat�0n, the rebellion a Ano the crafts. Ltd a the administration journals Are now eloquent m their Laboured leaders on the subject of 1 late v in tones and the demoralization of the rebels. According to these papers the rebellion cannot last Over sixty ninety Days longer. If the. Hireling scribblers in the interest of our abolition despotism Are to be be heed the rebel army is Well nigh annihilated and Jeff Davis Wil capitulate very soon. We will not pretend to say How much misrepresentation is mins ried with the truth in those articles. Suffice it to say the amount of the article is fearfully great. The object of these editors is to Humbug the people into the Behe that tie rebellion is about to be crushed so that the conscription will be quietly submitted to. Immediately after the fall of Vicksburg and port Hudson and the a a Victory Over Lee when the Public mind was under the. Influence of Bell ringing drum beating and Bugle blowing and while it was Reading the flaming head lines Over the dispatches irom Washington perusing the highly exaggerated statements of the administration press relative to Oil conquests captures Etc., orders were is sued from Washington to a go on with the draft a and instantly the wheel Elegad to turn. But in new York tie plan Didd of work Well while in some other places if became painfully evident that the people had not swallowed All that they had been told. Nevertheless m localities a there no danger is apprehended the draft is progressing and m order to1 keep Quot the people it a a Good humor the abolition papers continue to speak of the rebellion any i most a crushed out a its a Aback Bones is a a broken beyond at doubt these apers assert and they would have us believe that the entire monster will very soon yield a the ghost leaving Abraham Lincoln backed by his Radical friends behind the throne Greeley Lovejoy Sumner Chandler amp co comply the masters of the entire South. Hitherto our people have manifested an credulity Wilt reference to the speedy suppression of the re Bellion. Many of them believed that Seward told the truth at the new he Giand dinner in new York More than two years ago when he declared that1 the re Bellion would be conquered a Quot sixty Days Quot and almost everybody seemed to believe that the 75,000 men first called out by . Lincoln would be Able to crush the monster within the ninety Days which they1 were requested to serve since that time the administration papers have had the Backbone of the rebellion broken at least a dozen times they have had whole armies of rebels dying from starvation deserting to the mountains rebelling against their1 leaders and they have represented the whole South As eaten out clean and Quot left As Bare and Barren As was Egypt after the seven yrs famine. A almost arly. a the War commenced these abolition journal tests. Have been Able to prove that a very Short period of time would put an end to the rebellion. But now the Quot speedy downfall of Davis is More up rain than Ever it Vicksburg Pont Hudson and Gettysburg have done the business there can Dow be no possible escape irom their fond conclusions the thing is done dead. I. V. A when we recollect the capture of new Orleans forts Henry land done son is land 5�q. 10, port Royal Etc Etc ,Etc.,-and How of esp captures conquests were to ruin the rebel Hon we May pause notwithstanding the talk of these sanguine,, gentlemen before we conclude that the to fail on this bloody drama if we look upon the map of the rebel states making 1 currency in Cah Lornia Fob Gold. Ency duo allowance for the territory occupied t the right of tire govern by tie Federal array we find an extent onto resist by every Constitution territory in the Possession of the rebels i a means1 Rob Calion insurrection a that scarcely warrants the belief Tjit they Ltd a list l4 a Lul Supie maty. We ill be conquered very soon a with their1 1 remaining territory and resources they May carry on p War -for1 ten Twenty years and w Ith their determination and spirit and their hatred of the North inspired by the at Pribus negro policy to Emilii icon a dip re fion they Cinnoti he expected to yield while they have a Man even a woman left capable of wielding a Musket a sword when . Lincoln in his. Inaugural address said that after a i the fighting we might do the controversy would have to be settled by peaceful negotiation Heji sundered upon the truth. Fighting will never bring the South to terms will never restore the Union. Indeed this War simply insures the destruction of the Union of the Constitution and however victorious the North might be its victories could but result m subjugating the people of the South and holding them territory m the Union by Torce and this is really the worst kind of disunion. And while a his would be the result of Eom Plet Conquest our liberties in the North would be latterly lost. Instead of the rights and liberties acquired by. The a the revolution and guaranteed to us by the Constitution we should have our Staw institutions destroyed the old Union overthrown and on the ruins of both a military despotism controlled by. New England fanatics and bigots. Such would be the inevitable of such a a Success As the present administration is seeking. Its policy tends certainly to the destruction of the constitutional Union the rights of the states and the Liberty of the i Vixen. A that the administration will to effect these sad results we do not believe Prospect is that Rivers of blood May yet be needlessly spilled that thou hands and tens of thousands of Brave and True men May yet be slaughtered before the fallacy of restoring the Union by Force i will become apparent to All of even Well-1 meaning and really patriotic people Abom ton. Assaults upon Tiiu Irish.�?, a two confess that we arc not surprised at the vituperation and slander that have been potus de Quot Forth on our Irish fellow citizen. Wit Jiin the past week by Iii blk ski Jfe publican abolition and know i nothing portion of Tho press. That was to have been expected for he must be a Simpleton who imagines that the sacrifices which have been made by the Irish and of the Irish during Tho present War wond Ever Abate a particle of then native prejudice and hostility to this portion of our population. Although it is now a notorious fact that the late popular outbreak against the conscription Eib braced americans and germans and other nationalities still Tho Irish Are singled out exclusively for the assaults and Vii a abuse of that portion Olti to press to. Which we have referred. But our Irish fellow citizens can afford to Dispio t hese know nothings m heart and head and conf. Dently Point to their Fidelity to the Constitution and the Union not such a Union As their to reducers would give us but the Union which a such irishmen As Montgomery and Barry and Sullivan helped to establish and maintain a they can we say confidently Point to their a Fidelity in Refu tation of the slanders which been so a sparingly heaped metropolitan record. When Vallandigham was in Mon t Rea i . Bridges manager of the grand trunk railway invited him to a dinner which m described As an ele Gant affair. Sixteen persons were present All distinguished. Wal. Kins of London who was is a member of Pargament presided. Vallandigham of course was obliged to make a speech in reply to comply new 4\d cheap store i 1hj6 find Frau used would respectfully la forja the Ciuc 1 Izz iia of Lebanon and Al Citty that he has entered into the. A. Boot and silot3 business to Jfe Lnu it. Street five doom Bough amp of the Back of ooh a a Lebanon pay. A Irli Ern to of a Ops of 1 j bid alarm read Well 1�?T u i a assorted Stock of All a i kinds of hoots and h f snob. I will 15 Nunke to order All k kinds of boots and Shols and i Riga. Short notice. To Ai i a so keeps on hand a to rec an dlr la a Eort i a a Piork of ?,i such a but a an Dock Sotl f leather calf am it kill a Kins Morocco and a fancy leather. Kid. Ltd tags Roans bind-Tngs-ac., Andoll pm Day of Shoemakers too Nan d j-jn�o1nos Fiul is ba0tlllee mgt to Boot cords and to i bus awl of de knives punch its hammers i incurs rasps constantly on band an assortment of left Stags. Threads shod no lib. Peg Breaks. Sahd stones pegs bristles kit and shoe tools of . Havjar Baan engaged to the Buist Nebr More then Twenty years he feels sati he red that he a Ean give a Tiff amp All Tybo will favor him with a cell Shoemaker for Tihe country a will do Well by calling on him before purchasing else tube re. Samuel Hauck. Leh Fino. May a a 1sg2. F prospectus of a �?ot1ik a��.? i a kati0\at ufm0crat1c saw ship a. J to he published daily and pc Lyu not of l a Quot. Philadelphia a a. I by a j &i<0bsbkb2ole& amp Cioci k j Glossbrenner. F. J. Urunda Quot w. It. Welsh i a a the age will advocate the principles and policy of the Demoe rattus amp a Tyr and will therefore necessarily favor the restoration of the Union As it was and defend the Constitution of the United states and that of Bis Commonwealth. A a a a a. It will freely and Fiory discuss Al legitimate subjects of Coati Mentz la clouding of Zumft Atid pro eminently it this time Onesti inn acted with the a Luu i upon Samuel be Woehl a olphu8 re1�tokhl. Chas h. It Silt a Friendly la violation and. Of course the abolitionists a i to con a ments itis reply was appropriate tool . Lincoln and his Carmei will per Sist in their present policy so Long As they remain in Power. The War will be continued during the remainder of the term of this administration if men and Means sufficient can be raised and it is for the purpose of raising the men that the abolition papers Are just now endeavouring to show that the rebellion is Well nigh conquered. guilt of heir course and the odious Ness of their conscription Bill they Are attempting to keep both from the Public View by giving glowing accounts of our victories and predicting a speedy overthrow of he Southern confederacy. How far they will succeed remains to be seen. We. Sincerely Hope that no More riots May ensue from their attempt to execute their mad policy. We rust the poor men of the country will rely upon tie decisions of the courts for their Protection and not upon resistance to what is regarded As a Law until annulled by judicial decision a but it is feared that when men come to be forced away from their Homes there will be trouble. If the Mero drawing of flames caused so much disturbance in new York and guarded. The company consid ered him As a representative Man of the great English principle of Freedom of speech and of personal Liberty and All the1 speeches bore on these Points. A a i a 1 a a a a Ife to no desirous of part bad ing lumber amp Coal to the Best Advin tags. At the old Festal Osbed and. A Well known lumber Yard of Kei noels amp Meily at the Union canal on the East and West Sid o Market Street no in Lebanon Horo ngh. Fit i Riib scribers take pleasure in informing the Citi Al of Lebanon and sir rounding counties that they still continue the lumber and Coal business. At Thrif old and Well mown Aland where they Are daily receiving additional supplies of the Best and Well seasoned lumber consisting of of chit and y Ellow pm boards rank Aud scantling. Hem Rock boards Plank and scantling. Rails. Posts pal ngh and fencing boards. Ash from 1 to 4 Inch Cherry from % to 3 such jp0plar, from % to 2 Inch. La Polar and if Ardwood scantling. Oak and Maple boards and planks \ roofing and plastering laths. Shingles shingles 1 i. Also Pine and Hemlock shingles. Coal Coal a coals i i a Large Stock of the Best Quality of stove broken. Egg and Coal and also the Best Allegheny Coal for backs myths. 1 Jfe of thankful for the Liberal manner on which they have heretofore been patronized they would extend a cordial invitation rur a continuance of. Favors As they Are Cau rident that they now have the largest Best and chm peat Stock of lumber on hand in a the county which will be sold Ata reasonable percentage. 1 it Dienso Call and examine our Stock Ami prices be Foro purchasing Rhino evils amp Meily. North Lebanon Borough. Say 7,18ti2� a a a Farmers and others take notice. Of individual citizen of and of a Dvo Yeton states assaults from any Quarter. A. It will seek to awaken the minds of the people Tea proper sense of the actual condition of tie. to present to them truthfully the fearful pen Fps which we stand Sui a nation to exhibit the magnitude of the tank that u before them Vii Tivey it the Oad Check our downward i Ogrese and to Ina ii them with a to notion determination to tonal ills. A it. It in brie it will in All to my so aim to lhwthe66&ful exponent of demo Mic principles and to Render Telf worthy Obe an Organ of the democratic party whose auspices our country prospered so long4ana so Well. The restoration of thai a the and the Union a a it Power in the Tagisia five and executive governmental bran Clies of the steel and of the Union we believe to he necessary to a grf anarchy and the utter ruin of Tho Republic. To can tribute to that restoration Wim be our highest nil. A the news. Literary. Commerce Xaian other ments. Will receive due Wilt he i can ducted us to make a utne Aoel worthy of the Buff amp Tofte general Reader. Jas a the Many difficulties now surrounding an in Torp ise of the of that m which the under signed Are engaged require pub. Lie for by import. And Kcf tisk for the tue age a Liberal patronage and extended circulation. The present state of the preparatory arrangements warrants the . That the first number of thu daily will appear before the close of the present month february. 18g8- the meekly will be issued soon thereafter. A terms a a Idt weekly per annul per annul$2.00 Aix months Bix months. 3.00 three months. 1 adj three months &0 a be ten copies to one cd plus delivered at the \ address. 17.00 countermand to agents j Twenty it a it 32.00 and lamer. A outs each. Thirty 11 45.00 a a payment required invariably . Address j. G loss Keennee amp co. Feb. 11, �?Tg3.�?2m. 4.50 the Start st. Phila. Economy is wealth for 13 cents a via a Corge Saxon county rans Mortati Josi Lebanon. Valley Railroad Parl Culah attention will he paid to goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad. Goods Wilt be sent daily to and from High Adelphia to Lebanon Myers town and Atenville stations Ami All other Points in the county. A in lights contracted for at the least possible rates find delivered with dispatch. The proprietor will pay particular attention to and attend personally to the receiving and delivery of All freights. A a apply Jutt his office at the Lebanon Valley Railroad depot Lebanon. Edward Mark lus agent in Philadelphia trill s ways be found at w. Bush s merchant s hotel. Shr la third so. Philadelphia. July u. Fill i a go Noffman Henry amp Stine a he a a shallies Large and Verv when the men themselves shall be drag ged from their homes1 that there Aie port on of this state and localities in other states where the draft cannot be enforced. We fully believe and it remains to be seen whether the people of some portions of the states will be drafted while those o other portions will be left at Home whether Public Money will be voted to Purchase Universal exemption in some communities where riots Are Fea red while in others More peaceably disposed the poor men will be compelled to serve As conscripts a evening journal a a a i. A a Ltd a. Good mews from a., far country a the Sharp Quick Cick of the Ina not a in Telegraph brings us the Brief views that Libe election in Wasabi Niton territory has gone largely there is nothing More no particulars Are Given of the Triumph Oto the Deni Cracy in off yet t lie in Tell gence meagre though it be gives us great cause Foffi rejoice. Ing it speak i of better things for the Republic. The As tendency of. The democratic party throughout the country is the Only salvation of the nation and the Distant territory that,bears1 of Washington Ivas a fitting spot for the world of political regeneration to commence. 4st-a correspondent of the n. informs that paper that a Andrews notorious Dor inciting the mob during the i Wecera riots and now under arrest was. Formerly a detective officer and one of see Tail Stanton s spies. Hon. John j. Crittenden is dead. K 7ui5mi i _ handsome Assort Knipp Ihal Lles striped plaid Aud Plain Shep Herd Pkt ids Pennines foulard Poppins amp a. Amp a and elsewhere what be expected a no Wool defames Clisi pics a. A cd which Are Worth looking after for they certain y Ai e a mgr cd if bargain. Black and Quot White Chen 15 vol ins 1black and Plain plaid-p0pl1ns a Lilott blues did Green plaids a Black and Lwhite Dei Gaines Abich plaid Poppins. Torich cd no to a Plens a 1 a Silver mixed Poppins a a Yery a stud of mgr attune Geldun sign of ? i. / / v la Bury a Stone 4. Corker of Cumberland in he Market str Etc of. Lebanon ahoy 14. 1s6�.jav. I j6@�?olt is pretty Well settled in the Public mind that Tho spirit of lawlessness what i North 1 owing to tie revolutionary and treasonable teachings Iff the abolition Pamy. For Many years past the abolitionists have Advona led resist Ance to a Law which was passed by Congress m conformity with the Constitution of the United states. They treated Tho decision of the supremo court in the dred Scott Case with Sovereign contempt and they openly violated All statutes that interfered w it b i h e1 Prog Ress o f t h e i a n t i a is a v e by doctrines. The whole responsibility of the recent fearful riots is upon them and they will to compelled to meet the Issue at the ballot by a. Democratic state convention of californian the unfortunate split in the democratic partying California has been healed up Abd the state convention last week placed the follow my ticket m the Field. 11 a for governor John s. Downey Corii Gressmen John Bigler John Weller and Jos. Mccorkle for state Printer Benah Brown. A the following platform was adopted 11 tben3e8olutions�?Tesxpreb6� an urn alter a 11 on a to t h e con s to f u 11 o i a n d the Union denounce ally attempts to Freedom of the sprees Atid uphold the right of free speech of pose secret political societies and de you no Alibi tray arrests a denounce the emancipation and a 11 k the purchased Mcennis of a major amp brother will an of Kop on ii font a Verv Asp karst As a ror tenant of Mao Linley and farming implements Nib Raoui improved 2 Ouk Irose Bowers Ond ilue3hers Ruil wily hots Bowers and threshers slow in a Independent steel wire tooth horse a cutout fodder. Straw and play Cutter ont Iron Field rollers Grain fans Hay elevators. Clover in piers Corn shellers. By band Power. Corn pious a and planters. Cultivators. Ac., with a Varlet of the Best ploughs m use 4e Allou Tho above Muc Ihnes Are of the Luteal and Best improvements and Are All warranted Tori satisfaction. Oast ways of All kinds made to order. And at Short notice. He Aleo manufactures steam in gearnig.shaftni, and Mill work in gooral and pays particular attention to repairing engines and machinery of Ftp kind. ,.lie invites All to Call and Examina the work at the a i Chiue shop on 1? Street Lebanon oui All orders communications by mail will be poly attended to d. Karmany. Lebanon Lebanon Coa Lebanon August $.1860. A of Otic a i h a appointed a w amp Brot Iier in my agents tor the purpose of carrying Ontha above business. D. Karmany. F Lebanon. August 8, i860 red lion hoh�?~1,.a Shije Libi Civ a of ump. Pay Michael e. Keath proprietor Rill a info Iii the Public that a he. Lias taken the above centrally located hotel in end that be will be Happy to enter thin Coni Formbly . All who May favor a him Nymha wiil ibo Hottal is Large and com Nodi Ous and the of cabling Olllie Verv Best kind his a Siv will Aiwas be supplied with the lies choicest. Iltz sol Icib a litre of the ask m k k3a1h Heoffer town Idajay 6 1803-.i.ebauoii female Jeenii diary. Lachele. Kos is principal uu1�ia<itoss, in ice i heparin rent. Mrs. , drawing. Rile ninth Sesa Lort writ commence september 3, i860 x Kcf Bujol dts signed the so i Dojird of female education mid to offer Superior Advani Agea at a moderate the. School year is divided mt�0�?Ttwo sessions of five Mouths each. Charge per by Susumi from 7/2 to 15 dollars recording to me a Chola a Lxi Foi musical i end a latin and gerronu.�?T. A attention Given to tie uni fiscal depart Rentt Lupin Tione upon the Pinno Melodeon anti guitar anti in.ijmgujft-. Pupil not connected with the school will be waited upon at their Imus est when do fired . Ltd it v. Early application should to made to a a a 1s-a.stine it .1 a i w. Mill. Aboard of directors v d. 8. Hammond s. J. St the John Meily w. Pm Lull a. C. D. , a Gre Enaty Alt. Isaac pfc gel a Poslau Funck a Lebanon. Aug. 21. 1861 a a a a avg Kail Ico a of summer Arka left list ih10m i a nil Lite aft a it Orth Vul for a Nelv Yoke of Kading. I of . Lush anon Allentown Easton a. Trains leave for Reading Pott Villei and �11 intermediate a Rayons at 8 a a ��8 Iff 2�?Tu0v it Quot a a Sib Leb Tuou sl.13 a. M., and o to i. Ill. New express leaves Harrisburg at 2.1ii a v inns pee in Banati at 3.15 a. a Arnvig at new York at 9 15 Trio Baine morning. A a a a from Arras Borg to new Yorkis 15. To Phil a adupllla$3 35 snit �2 50. Baggage he relied Thron he Ute a u a 1�ive Kew York at a a. 51 12 noon Ami i Ltd a Yasui o a Al Kos i i Hick pm Dot ,ln��ts15 a Mand i 1, i 51 v Leb it a at 12.1 a Norm / if p. And express Al to a m a us Epiney cars in the new York express trains through to and Froais Pittsburgh with rat change. Passenger by the Cataw Tasa Railroad leave Tam qua its a a. M., a no 2.15 i. For a Ltd a a a Phish nov York and All Way Points a a a a a a a trains it 0.15 and 230 p for Philadelfi Litif a re sum and new York an Tram Jeavous Liea Dluz at b.00 a. Mand returns from Philadelphia at 5 00 p a the above trains run daily sundays excepted a sunday train Iea Vos Pottsville at 7.80 a it Riand at3.15 p. A. Commutation tickets with 20 coupons at a 25 per cent Between any paints desired. It mileage pickets Good for .2o0b Miles Between All 35�?for families and business firms Yeaw i and school tickets at reduced a it e to and from All Points 80 allowed each passenger mag hers Aro Reques Cpd to Purchase their tickets before entering the cars us higher of a a res Are charged if paid in cars. A 6. April20,1863. Genera Supert evident a a great Battle in soon expected w take Placo in Ivirginia Brut notwithstanding this the people must have cloy full a and we would respectfully my Forth a claim to a a Public of Tention a a it. T a Beauge Rock up a Large sell Wasni Ted Stock of cloth my on hand which when Ora Miuca always Panae because our goods Are made up. In of own Stab ashment in Tho City and in a manner that lakes do who in country nod Giuva All customers a City App Ai Aucy because by the fac Lillos to have Iti buying Niece Good we. Are Enaif Odato sell our. Eloth Irig 25 por cent cheaper than anybody else in this neighbourhood. Jnur8��? a a Rrue 8tock of sp1ung and sum Elk clothing and invite our friends and cujilomer8 respectfully to of that a a a 1 1 Quot f be Izenstein a Bros lab Fijn. A in 2�, in ?"5 9�?o co let p0u� a Al j i it new goods. Just rkc15ivkd at Tiibi. Stoke of a l. K. , in Cumberland Sti get Lebanon a i Selling out Selling i an inducement to Cash buyers will save per cent Latt �$�?T-diy3ss--&<ods. Of crunch Mermo and Coberg. A a. Fancy and Black is Liiv from.50 cents to $1-50 deltas from 1-0 to 20 Troia to 18 cents. A ,. i Romito Cente. A. from.8 to 10 Centof. and to is Wear. ,. Black $1 00 to $4 50 t. Fac Yuill Black of to a 50 a Lundn a a cloak Cloter from $1, 00 to a 50. Cotto Nades irom 10 to set comte a a. Domes to is. A ,1 14. To it uts a Check 12ent�si a. Ticking ii a o told cents. A Ciri ictus Horn of a futo cents. A a a a from us to 2u cents. A. Shawls shawls Spring shawls from $1 00 to $4 00 by cult Whitn to shawls from $2 10 to $1 00. Jno tons notions p in Rafols and umbrellas from 50 to $2 00 stockings from to 75 cents. A a hoop skirts from 25 to a 50 a a handkerchiefs irom to 18 cents Liun and paper collars. A a. An assortment of ready made Clotil hug carpets carpets it �roc1iries and qdeen61vare provisions sugar cured Ham and Mackewih Foj Quot fruits a fruits a Rifle apples dried i maims Iid i Dnad older berries Alisa be to suit the times by a in a lauwtomi1.0h. In. A All kinds of country produce taken in sex. Change for goods. I v x Lebanon. April 28-1862 wntwkllc3 a pc leu ants bed bugs pwn yur a a due a insects on plants fo5vls. Animals Etc a Fly in Quot 2? Sild 0 boxes Otiles Anil flasks $3 and a subs for u of res i comic instil Ryti o Isa a oily a Guible remedies known. A Bree from poisons a not dangerous t0 the unman family a Ann e it a in Tai come nut of their Bolea to die a 1ss� bold to in All Largo cities a a Fol ?�a11 d?�is8 where. C a a a Fth worthless Imti irions 1sr�lur�.� is on Eacle Dox rot tie and flask before you buy 5 �?��?��.�. Fly. Address Henky ii costar pwn ii Al i per 482 so adv a n y so sold by j l Lemberger u holes be and re no Tail agent Lebanon a Marh 4, 1863 �?6m. amp in amp Jemy is liquor store t1 Ihu by is by my of Al Aen it re Bim -1 that he Haa icceivedj1an extensive Stock of the Chou est a he surest liquor. S of All desks Tims. These so. J Rio Oniabe is Invar ably disposed to sell at in Jap up Cedenio div Low prices a till druggists b Amereh Otel keepers end 01, Lebanon aprill5. 1868 me Roii Anttan Lorie Jor , Ether a the Ard Lee 5,�?� clot Cassimeris and Well a selected from coed House. I 4l?, Plain Linen shirts Undem a d?a2�ra�?o�?� Lebanon april 9, Lea a Ltd 81 a Rall amp a the Best and cheapest household remedy i a a fillip y Madame Zado Porter a a i �?�3 re at covgi1 re def Madame Zadoc Job t Eros Valsini in Warr rotol need to Fife Ataii dec tips to cure in All cases Gong he to lds 5vhoop�n� of Nib asthma and of the tii roat Anil Ming porters Balsam a flip i Aarlie Blitz Etc que site Caigoy a Brkih from amp com amp Hiason the Best remedies a fhe a a beg a kingdom affords a a its remedial a in ubi Ftak a based on ,it%.p<5wtiistqlre sit the healthy it adj Vigo Bloo it through the in toss. To remedy ,. Jye a q tiie a of desk Pericon of a pins st a it Dlila. R. A m�cizaim<j>01lter>s the Pulejo for no a f 18 and de Guji Ese its be simply by re Soi amp loaded by those who have is Clit to. Their a others. A most in Rostant pm id me Zadoke Otic ter h curative i Alram is sold at a Price i in Rhc reach of for use. The timely use of a Eugle bottle Worth 100 times its Oost. your Money to nov. Be persuaded to Purchase articlesat4& to do not contain the Virtu ept Adione bottle of . Terms curative a Alanm the Cost of. which is a it us read amp the amp of almost Ariy other in idiom and the very lot once at Winch it. Is rold makes the profit to tie seller Appa cutly Sirhall and unprincipled dealers will sometimes recommend other medicines on Vrbich their profile fire larger unless the Hensto Mersin Ris upon having Madame Porter s and no to other to Auk for Madame Porter s curative Balsam Priep 13 cts and in Large bottles it 25>ets., to other. If you can not Clit at one Etota fou a amp a at anotlier.1 a sold Uysal at is Fonfe Awde i larger bottles at Hall amp Ruckels proprietor of i 4� Joa. L. Lomec grrr and . Geo. Roes agent Tel Lebanon a. Re january 28,1863. George. 0�?o a de at the Eagle hotels Lebanon. F Vifor. Van to. Near Atte Aii a dwt Fate a Al a amp fill . Iua Ferencek in a c. N. Peirce d. of Dentai a of it and operative dentistry a no 501 n 7th Adelphia. Al. Idman d. D. S., professor of Meclias Caldene to Fitro. No 24. st., Philadelphia -1 jambs . D. So demonstrator of opera Tive dentistry. W. Corner of Fra Kim Rand Green streets Philadelphia. A 2� it . Bailey by demonstrator of Mechanic Aii dentistry no ��8 a 12th. St philae Pisa. Lebanon april 1,1853 9 blk Noel 8h8rii, it Iloth yyool13n clothing of fail Cohorst dyed Jet o Black Blue Black pressed Wie color warranted Aud goods turned out equal to new by a Lyon Lettl Bergt a a a ,.r Al a amp try sow. Just articles to by can be left a tabs. L Lender get b drug store where All orders for Tho above will be attended to. March a 1863 Petitf Sioris to Geo p having a been Ai it Ikun Ted by he commissioner a of Peiti fans. Al Washington examining Sun Geon for pm icons is pc pared to attend to a a Upp he me for pension n?1 his of Nee. Market Street next door to the Ost office. Lebanon March sloth 18t>3-�?6t to officers and Soldier a. T collection of pensions bounties Back pay and far claims. Rise undersigned recipe Trutty informs Tom pubic lit ii n i18 opened a office for the Purpo Teof Chi letting pension Bol ties Back Pic and War claims cease Der m<l0m8 Ateiya oct Piej say Ile Lini Diall Orr Lars attended to with promptness and dispatch. Lebanon april 29,1863 a of Geo i leg kit a t0the_pubuc. A a the Nodo signed having taken the Large anti of Smimo Dious hotel in Pottsville know ii the Mortimer would respectfully announce to ins old f0t. Mer patrons that he is prepared to Aeq Ommo Date �1 Olio Mav favor h inv with their patronage. A. / the Mortimer House Hub been newly minered a painted and throughout and the pm eur tor feels warranted m saying that itts a iik3urpassed by ast hotel in the Boris ugh of pot Tandle for Comfort and convenience _ to pains will p e spa fed �.d comfortable i to Render it an agreeable am comfortable stunning place ilor strangers and travel Tad it Tuc stabling and ihtdflin0. Attached to the not eff Are so of fit leu two car a Oil to menu notation of the horses Tott the hotel is now open Jon the Quot Quot a a deception of the Mattie Pittsville april 8,1868. Us Kii 800 a Sonter a is proprietor. Jagt a a i 3 i j i car Ray West Cornet a eggs the Ikid Chintz of 5 it n. A a lbui�?Ta0 Raker a an Neatum. St a men s furnishing amp Odds the latest settee of a ii Avat Carf Iise a habit tips amp a Philadelphia jnly.15, 1863 a a ii ploy ment agents wanted e will pay foe Rasas tdi5l�snr a on Tbs and Al Teao Tive agents Given commission a a uvula is sent free. Add reas Eftie la Swiz a in map Hin mtl3., Ohio a v lot Lee. Awin k. F lion be i cd tall Rich by a cation ref inns expanse. A wed at tha p001 Ilomae o

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